A View of Sheff was a group exhibition curated by Uber Agency.
Following statement taken from the View of Sheff website…
“To get under the skin of the real Sheffield, Über Agency created a snapshot of totally honest viewpoints from people the length and breadth of the city, by simply asking them: What’s your view of Sheffield?
We then invited Sheffield-based designers and artists to each select one of these viewpoints and interpret it in a style and medium of their choice.
This exhibition not only showcased the rich and varied design talent in Sheffield but we also hoped that it will help you to view the city in whole new ways.”
Further Giclee print work exploring the 3D effects achieved when combining the tint and shade of certain colours.
These were the designs I created which inspired my piece at Upfest 2015. They followed the 10 canvases I created which marked the start of my study into the ‘Wave Flow’ colour series.
I started the year off with a small branding commission for LTBL productions, an independent film company based in Sheffield. Their only preference was high contract so it gave me an opportunity to take new direction and explore a fascination with Dazzle Camouflage. I very much enjoyed experimenting with many different designs and ended up with this symmetrical tesselated pattern.
Wave pattern colour study in the form of ten small hand-sprayed originals.
One of six artists to paint at the ‘Redbull Curates: HANTU’ event at the Leadmill, Sheffield